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5 Antarctica Dollar
The Antarctic Dollar uses the decimal system, consisting of 100 equal cents (symbol ¢). In another division, there are 1,000 mills (Symbol ₥) to one dollar.
This unit is used for tax purposes and not for general use as there is no coin denomination in that value.
The most common colloquialisms for the Antarctic Dollar are the buck (which is used for the currency of various nations, including the U.S. Dollar, upon which the Antarctic dollar is based) and the emp, which is short for Emperor Penguin, the species featured on the reverse side of the $1 coin. For the same reason, dollars can also be called penguins.
The nickname Grand is also used for the amount of $1,000. Other Nicknames are based on denominations: Amundsens ($5), Mawsons ($10), Magellans ($20), Scotts ($100), and Shackletons ($500).
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